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a 1'iiMlr.llf.iv tifflra H t s Kaatinmanvi itreel R.I.
ItMtal iwmi l tr-s I'oit tiret
Stihwilbtit and A.teHtfiert will pirate a.Uint.
TIIOS. O. TIIKUM. tiiMitrtr tn.t ttprMet.
All mtlltr tVtr the Salntdty I'tnt iluvtitd lr
Mirtir1 tr) the STIIHPAY PlltlSS,"
Ncllr. Many rventitsf InterMi tfntplin on
the nthrrlsttn.tt will tlwtjt be-thin, hilly irtelvrd
fur wMlrlliw, C'iimn.lfnt t rrrinriteil tti
append their Itvia tvtmet In til ertmninntftllnni,
not (At pnlllf llin nrrett titly, Iml at iistritre
that lh settler U trtlng In "iMsd ftt'rt.
SATUHtJAV, .. NOVnMllivl M. ij
"At Oihtis Si Us" In tit wpplmimi.
An fMfflrth nFtfiRlfl'V sitW mi llit
Net 0d f Mttvvtli: mHc h rinwtlnl owl
ly I'll' f tttc tMs ttl.
UHliop Willi ami It ItiMe rtti,vsl liv ilit
AUmfAt. Ifeftti tstl !!.
Ijim ,mjVi V. M. C . tteittom vrit
mott fiiWKiiiiiiij- Attrmlal,
Mr. awl Ml. J. A. Ilnfjsti vst-ir nmwiR
lit vve4iswns ftirlvats liy lli( .vAtrvmUi
A (ft of Vftt AdMmltan tjv.t vvst tent
tins tst1is by lutt OtrpinWr rtf llm New
Hri.mism Iff til 9iin l'indt Is ir-li.n,ty
ilcwcrttirtt in KamtMinN fitst i(ei Mitels
lcirr J. IU Sutton of the AlamrtU semis
llinnnkv )Ht Itimtlr of tale 1'ilwan ttalliM
anil vvrtMrs, ;
John llolimn, n Knn.ila lilncnl In Oregon
ami VOitni;lin TVitltnty ir Ivvcnty-finir
jwii, Tftiitncil liy llic .l.vmcsl.t.
The lwi aluencc of Mr. A. S. Ilattwcll
ami f.snvlly mske Ihrlr ictuin l.vst Thursday
evrn more than onllimily vvclcomr.
Mr. Allen llcttscrt nitlvrM Thiiir-tlay, pre
paieil to nmfi the community'. i.irstioiiiiit;
on cr-e cttlltitc anl the ratp inrstion.
On the aSih will leohervod th annlver
saiy of the urocnillon of the Imlepemlenrr of
Ihc llanafian nation liy l-Zntaml and I'ranrc
The limlnn Ncrt sajn that Mr. (iaihutt, a
ihipliuiUer of llnll, linglaml, ami owner of
the llell UocV, luP lailcil onin) over
Pari of the attention of the police anl police
couit thU week ha-c lecn occupicil liy the
)itank of the captain ami lieutenant of the
Juilge Jmld' cLm In Hawaiian at V. M. C.
A. Hall u-at well attended on lis openin);
night, latl Tuesday. Mmlnfthote in alien
dance aid they had "come to slay."
A Thank-reiving Sunday School Concert
will lake the place of themual service Sunday
morning at Kott-Sl. Church. The decora
tions will t unique and appropriate.
A longrcpoit of Mr. lIolThung's lecture on
Hood, delivered at V. M. C. A. Hall last
Monday night, is unavoidably laid over until
nest week, by stresof advertisements.
ThcGarelteChailcr case is set for Monday
lieforc Judge Austin. Mr. Neumann and Mr.
Whiting appear fur the defense ; Messrs.
Smith and Thurston for the prosecution.
There was a most disagreeable interruption
of Mr. HolTnung's lecture last Monday night
by horrj blowing. The man who indicted the
outrage ought to be horn-Mown! for an hour
in a 6 x A room.
A subscription list is lcing circulated
among members only by the George De I-ong
Tost, G. A. U., to raise funds for the purchase
anil fencing of a lot in which to bury those of
the order who have not lots of their own.
King Kalakaua, Mr. A. HoUnung, Mr. IM
ward Hofthungand Hon. Paul Neumann, had
a fortunate esac from at least a ducking in
coining back flom Waimanclo last' Monday
morning. Several heavy seas were shipped.
Last Sunday Kev. S. C. Damon announced
that he would deliver on the first Sunday in
December a commemorative sermon, it being
the fiftieth anniversary of the dedication of
the IScthcl, the first ami for several years the
only foreign church throughout the broad
The President of the Amateur Musical
Society has addressed a note to the society
urging upon memtxrs the necessity of more
faithful attention to practice. The society
will meet for rehearsal on the evenings of the
following alternate Fridays: December 7th
and 21st, January 4th and tSth, February 1st
The band will play the following programme
at Kmma Square this afternoon :
Much Dcrulr... ,.. Lanttry
Omtui I'ra Dumlj Aubcr
ClvfctiiuSir2f or Cccinth Koune
Sltioo Ahlj. ... .ntw. ..... Venli
Walii Flowiar Spring ntw WaMlrufal
l'olVi KJ and IsUcV. ...... ..new Coote
The band tt,ill jilay as usual on Monday
evening in Kmma Square.
Minister Daggett authorizes the Press to
state that, pursuant to President Arthur's
proclamation, there will ! thanksgiving ser
vices held in this city on Thursday of next
week. At Fort Street Church Ucv. W. C.
Mcrritt will preach the sermon, and both Dr.
Damon and Pastor Crutan will assist in the
services. At St. Andrew' Cathedral Mr,
WMIace will pleach the sermon. All are in.
viled to these services ccial!v Americans.
The German lark Fricdrich is at Ihe old
Custom House wharf, dichaigt-d,
Hongkong) Arrived previous to November
1st., llrllish Steamer Madras, hence.
San I'randscot November nth, American
lurk D. C. Murray, Underwood, hence
Eureka Arrive! American tern D. S.
Williams, Winaut, hence; American tern, M.
E. Itadgc, Paul, hence.
The American Steamship City f Sydney
will be due from San Francisco neat' Friday
afternoon, if she sails from that tt as
The; Ilritlsh bark Ldy Lampson, is at
IWrnrct & Co.'t wharf loading slowly for San
Francisco, for which port she will tail
Tlte Anicrlcan baik CaiUaiicn arrivnl from
San Francisco last Thursday, and duclc! at
the Pacific Mail Stcamdilp Comjany's tiluif,
Me she U now duchatging x gencrtl cargo.
The Oceanic Steamship Alameda arrived
promptly 14 Thursday raorniflg from San
FraneUeo. She docked at the cuuirauy't
stbatf, wlwrc she Is how discharging a general
cargg of nisrclui,diw.
The Anmlcan lurk Siurun. arrived oil Ihe
jwrt last Tunday evening after a passage uf
ajj aay rruru rcw Vork, via tnina aim Japan.
Shx bat docked at Ilrc.cr .V Co.' wlurf,
sihace site it now discharging.
I"e Tuwnseod 1 Anlvnl NoumWr Jjh,
Aien Urkcutine AaaUa, Nswhall, hcacct
Wtwbr iih, AnttUsan tn M. E. Smith,
iraai Mahukona; NovmsUt 14th, AiMcieaa
;,s!ln P .'. ftiv ,rr,
l.f Infi- II. I V.r.tfiM.
Iif (he drath uf llrnry I. Shrldrm cm the
l.ph Inst , m Kiihalu, ttAwall, an impnttnnt
link mnnrtUnn m with thr hilmrc it of
ihrw Islands is wvrinl. Mr. Shetibm was
Imin in Halem, Mawrhiittl In ill yrnr lSl
ami Aiilvnl at llmmhiln M trrh N, lSfi In Ihe
ellppft stlnwitwt KamrlMrmlHi III, frnm
llmtiw. He hud Wll ilw IVrlfk Milltr,
and wa wont in pwik "f Mjl with It dense
tmpk fnlUirf In foitrt In Itmt nf tlif
fsUmk IMng a pttutei by limlc, nlnl nf
iMlte a tltrtnty turn nf mind, h ntly Idwil
ftl hinnrlf with Ihe puna of this ermnliy, ami
aflr a htlef " U"kl few" t)ilf nr In Call
finnla In SS, ihuiiijt whtfh time he did hh
slnie In ethlrhlnji Ihi- Cvlifninlo, thr pin
jentlnr nf Urn Altv Callfmnla, hf relurntsj in
thr lalf r pnit ivf th nnine jur rnd In iSp; he
Mailed Tlw llnnnlalit 'rimc, which U
inoMlhs lolfr )siil Into tin bands of John
Pmlwlily rm i)r man on llnwe Islands lias
written niflf fhr th rtlifirMlinn nf thr public
and the miltwlt wmld, or 1 lifi ronneeleil
mi the nlttnftnl tll nf mi mvny junals In
Hmxvlulu as Mr, Sheldon. While he made
no prcltiwtonti In ltng a vigoimia or liiliril
willfr he w!Ml n fcllr pen, whether In.
Irwin UtlllltfJ, hMl i(xvrllng, or in drsfiip
live rr nrlic eonipnilhvn. llesWrs Mr. -Shi'l-donS
mnnrelirin tvllh thr varimis jiMtnili nf
this dly In was Ihc anllior of "Sketches of
Hawrdln.n lltttntv," mMKhnl by C. t'. Iljn
nll In iSfiri, and the series of Reminiscences
thai have been running in this journal sincu
Septemlier, I SS I , wills hut few liileiruptlmis.
He wrote a good dwl of vere and sonic
vmmi), nuiong which his Vision nf Nrw Vrar's
Ksv puhllslinl, ns were several others, over
ihc nom dc plume of " Slntlim; " will rank
ns eihaps his best.
At rations times he represented ICont In Ihe
legivlalutc, and nl one lime was a judge In
Ihc same district, and shortly after seveilng his
editorial connection with his last paer, Ihe
Dally llultctin, he moved to Knhala tn prac
tice Ian. Ills intimacy with the priiminrnt
e tton.igri of the government from tlie lime of
his advent here, mulcted his fund of Informa
tion rut historic matters of rare value, lie was
also a ripe Hawaiian scholar and has done n
vast amount of translating In legal, "cnminer-J
cial and educational documents or works. Hut
wilh all his rare qualities, like, innumerable
literary men licfore him, he lacked financial
ability, and together with his one gieat weak
ness, which heal times fought hard to over
come, he allowed many nppnrluilics for busi
ness prosperity to slip liy.
Mr. Sheldon married in 1S40 a daughter of
John G. Mnnn, an exemplary woman in her
circle and time. Some fifteen children were
horn to them, five only of which are living.
Mrs. Sheldon died three years since in this
city much beloved and respected.
Mr. Sheldon's remains were brought to this
city by the- t.ikclikc last Sunday morning and
the funeral services were held at Ihc llethcl at
4 o'clock r. M. of Ihe same day-, mid were
attended by a large circle of friends and
aopiainlcnccs, who followed Ihc remains to
their final resting place in. Nuuanu Cemetery.
The members of Oahu Lodge, N'o. 1, Knights
f Pythias, of which he was formerly a mem-
lcr, have passed resolutions of respect to Mr.
I.'.ir,in Arlhtiv I: llrlrl.triHxt.
One by one the pioneers are crossing Ihe dark
river. The subject of this sketch, the brief
announcement of whose death was given last
week, was bom at St. Germain, Cornwall,
England, in 1S07, of noble parentage. His
father Richard Ilrickwond was a purser in the
royal navy and his mother Martha Peter of a
lineage bearing the proud motto " Sans Dieu
Kien," of which Ex-Judge C. J. I'olger,
present Secretary of the Treasury of the United
States, Is a descendent.
At an early age Mr.. Itrickwood entered the
Uritish navy, and so rapid was his promotion
that at the age of eighteen he commanded the
first naval steamer that entered the Medcter
ranean. Shortly aficr he was assigned to the
African coast for the suppression of the slave
trade, where he captured a number of prires,
among which was the Spanishschooner Maria,
which he was the first tn board. This prire
with five hundred and nine' slaves on board
were taken into Sierra Ione, Dec. 26, 1S30.
Leaving the navy lie found employment in the
China marine service and from thence came to
these islands in iS.l and it is reirarted, made
a return voyage with Captain Dominis. He
was early engaged in the coasting service here
principally for Kamchamcha III and high
chiefs, for several years", visiting San Francisco
only once, as master of the Josephine in 1849.
Leaving the sa shortly after, he entered the
employ of the government and served several
positions of trust and responsibility, till h re
signation of his position of xt-mastcr-gencral
in 1SS0 after seventeen years of faithful service
The government failed miserably to appreciate
the long service of one who was marked for
systematic integrity through Ihe reigns of four
kings. His last years were that of an invalid,
suffering from paralysis, during all of which
his devoted wife and unmarried daughter
were faithful attendants to his every want, till
the dread summons came and called him to
his reward, to which he passed as In a sleep.
The funeral took place last Saturday at the
family residence. It was largely attended by
friends and aoptaintcnecs, who followed tie
remains to the Catholic Cemetery, where they
were deposited besides those of his daughter,
who illctl in May of last year.
Xif KtmtH ittiii thr I'lmnter,
The Kinan and the Planter went out to
gtthet last Tuesday afternoon. There was a
great crowd to sec them off. The decks of
the l.ikelike and a schooner near her were
thronged by spectators, chiefly natives, while
a select audience of visitors, aristocrats, tuft
hunters, and gentlemen -some of which terms
are fortunately or unfortunately interchange
able occupied the awning deck of ihc New
Votk, The planter got well away U-fore
her bulkier, statlier, but not more graceful
travelling cumpaiilon hail left her moorings,
and turned eastward from the movth of ihe
channel fully an eighth of a mile ahead. The
Planter had the smaller passenger list, the u-
l.r ilcck l Ihc Kinau teeming like a swarm
irg hive, wilh its !cf-dcckcl load of native,
and us lliirly or more white assengcrs,
llcilh the new vessels seem likely In become
popular with the travelling public. I jch .of
ihe two is well-built and commodious. It was
"on the ttieel" that the Kinau would charge
$15 to 1 1 Ho. The street was wrong: The
Kinau will charge just what the Ukclike and
the old Kiluea charged, $12. 50--looking to
increased ialioruge to nuke up the increased
cost of service. It takes 1V a day, J17J0 a
week, (?) run the Kinau. One docs net like
to think of increasing the travelling cipensci
of " Voting Hawaii,,--untir,Mr. CilttinV fund
foe the ciicouugmcnt of agriculture shall be
come more encouraging but if the deck pas
sage to llilu were J inttrad of $1 it doe
not appear llial any great hardship would re
sult. The song-tcrvice, wliich it tuch an allrac
live feature at (he Sunday afternoon HKfciai
services (n the V. M, C. A. Hall, will l
nude prominent le-uiuirow, Jjin and its
Cure," will be the thecne of Mr. CruWt
twenly-nilnutes wrmoo. A cordial welcome
. - 1 '.
rhf I .If V .1 .'iirrrfnlnmrHf
The Urge audience at V. M. . A Hall last
I'hursday evening mint have In-en grallljlng
to those wlin look pail lxl In ihose who have
1 haiitr nf llit- rrH of rnlritalttmcnli. It was
a Luge ainlirnn' and largely nil audience of
winking Ntplc, The programme, a good
mte and well rattled out, was as follnwsi
I SlKfliM. "tlmmt .tnf" 'I)ii Allillmr
himiMi, "Ih May Pnlt Hunt," Mrs MoIm
ItMlnM, " illm ('',"...,... ...Mrs, IhitMit
I lV"n K'ltr l'4e, .. Mrs. I, Ik llmvfuril
s. KM.Uivt, "L'lWrM,".... Mrs.!!, It. Iltndry
8"'V'A Up1" ," ...Mr. T. II. lUrrx
t RMflnt, "II tUmpmlhuI'Mblr,
MiM Al l'rmll.
Wn. "I no NMs f otwH Mis. I. V. ttrnwn
. Thstll-Utnliimli J. A t'niMn
Ir. (nlif Sm. "AwrilMtr ClhwsVtn Fl.".
Mr I'siil Vnn Nwlnb.
11. MU .y Th AiiiIImh
Mr, Cniran's 'Mrlayrd stirrrli had been
oppressing hint fnr a month, he ,iM and he
whs glad of Ihe npnitiinily In grl nil of It. It
wtvsa biln irreli, aflei all bill full of good
points aitmlrably pul.
In the course nf II he mild he would likn In
Imtrr thr ynnnt mrn nf llnnnhilu makr Hirer
prtimtsrai Nnt In drink "mi Ihe sly," not In
tlilnV "socially" and not lo drink "iiiilcss they
vvrre sure they neeilnl It." He spokr nf Ihe
Aintilran habit nf "Itwllng " as Ihe "curse iif
America." He told his dilnklm; friends lli.it
they could not nfl'urd In dilnk tiK-lally fur
petunlary reasons and fur reasons of health,
Then Ihe speaker Introduced the story of
Ihe Chicago cilllnr wlin came home one even
ing with n new pair of (miners, Just thire
Inches loo long, lie wauled tn wear Ihem
the ncvl day and atkrtl his wife lo cut nflf a
couple nf Inches and turn them up the right
length. Hut his wife's lemer had been
milled aliout soinelhing, so she rt fused tn do
It until Ihe following morning. The editor
wanted lo lie sure aliout having Ihem ready,
suhe went in liirn'lti his niolher In-law, his
daughter and the hired gltl, each of whom
lelayeil Ihc matter with an excuse; so he hung
those trousers In Ihe closet tcgietfully. II11I
after a white Ihe wife relented and cut nIT the
required Inches. Anon the inolhcr-ind.iw
also found time lo visit ihc hall closet vvlieic
the trousers hung and she loo cut off the asked
Inches. Aliout midnight the eldest
daughter returned from a ball, and, Idled wilh
filial though sleepy real, went nlso to the
chisel, captured Ihc dwindling trousers and in
her turn cut them olT as her fund father had
requested. At four of the matin clock llrldgel
was up betimes. liy the yellow lamplight
she stole to Ihe hall closet, took the fated
tnuscrs, plied Ihc nimble shears, nnd finished
the abbreviation just below the knees. When
Ihe good editor put on his Irnuscrs Ihe nest
morning he looked like a badly dressed High
land chief only Ihe (ling he danced was not
at all a merry one. The treating habit is very
apt to make the pocket book ol the working
man who indulges in it as slioit as the trousers
of Ihc good editor, as Mr. Ciuran said,
The too-brief address was in Mr. Cruran's
happiest vein. It would be encouraging to sec
it supplemented by an " Individual ' Drink
Association," formed by those who are deter
mined to drink when they want to, but who
will not accept the treat of any one else, or
lead others into evil by tempting them to
.1 Sathl'iirtorf Vm'r.
Maria Kealaiki, who was suffering for sonic
lime with very poor eye-sight, was treated by
Doctor Fitch, who prescribed some eye-water
for her, but shegot stone-blind after it. per
suaded her, not without a good deal of hesita
tion and trepidation on her side, to enter Ihc
hospital, where Doctors Trousseau and llrodic
examined her eyes and told her that no medi
cine in the world would help her, but that if
she were willing to undergo an operation, they
thought they could cure her. Through the
kind manner of the two physicians she was
finally tiersuaded, and entered the hospital on
Monday, September loth. They operated on
one eye liVst, and after a fortnight the could see
already very well through it. Then they oier-
ateil on the olhcr eye and succeeded in curing
that also, and now she can sec God's lieautiful
world just as well as she could twenty years
ago. 1 was an eye-witness that some ol the
patients, after Doctor llrodic had visited them
the last time licfore his departure, called him
back from the stairs to thank him in the most
touching manner fur his kind and skillful treat
ment, and to wish him a happy journey.
I therefore advise all Hawaiian natives,
whenever they arc sick, to enter the Queen's
Hospital without fear. Let them desert their
kahunas and all quacks; let nnt those humbugs
swindle them out of their few hard-earned
dollars, to spend I hoes dollars on awa, while or
black roosters or pigs, or whatsoever else they
have an appetite for. It was to save you from
those quacks that twenty-three years aeo.
principally through collections ffom white
people, theQuccn's I iospital was built. Civili
zation and common sense emancipated you
from your heathen gods; now it is high time it
ought to or in your eyes in this direction also
and make you see your kahunas in their true
I was a daily witness" for very nearly two
months that the" treatment of the natives in
Queen's Hospital is as good in every way as
anybody can possibly wish for. So don't be
afraid to conje there for aid in sickness. Don't
be afraid of our Doctor McKibbin cither. He
may tic a little short and aristocratic in his
ways, but, when you look him straieht in the
eyes, you will see that he mvans well and doa't
begrudge you your full rations.
I. M. llKKKINt!.
This same Filch whose skill as an eye
practitioner was shown at the lilel trial lias
lieen xing as a friend of suffering humanity
in Ihe Kauai-laborers matter. If the San
Francisco Chronicle is going to depend on that
fellow's testimony, it had licttcr save itself the
trouble. Worklngmen ought to lie ashamed
lo have anvlhint; to do with Filch. Kd.
Humluy llmilim I'raUr Ntrrlce,
A Thanksgiving Praise Service will be given
to-morrow evening by Fort Street Church
OKIIF.K OK St.kVICK!
I. 0lir, and ,Mi voluntary.... J .iaf,uy'J-
. Invocation ,1ti t'a,t.r.
j. KcSa.vim " UUU In Kiuuli Choir.
4. Kradin l'ulm llic l'ur.
y Anthem, "I wai iflaj wtin they salj," tic,. . . .
6. Kcajtu NtwTrnnmcl.l luoll. ....Iter, Y. C.
J. llymn'I'tJ lo Cud ".,,.CIiolr ai4 Cunific.
I. Pray,, ...Iter. Ur. t)aiiia.t,
9. KetfkMike. '1i Sacrifices of Hod." etc., .Choir.
la Announcements.,,, .,, ,,'ltie 1'avtur.
( Mrs. Cruian,
. OfTcitoire. "Uft'iVme Eyes"
11. Ilyuini "CuncSoumlllis Pralw ,,,.Chilr ami
IS. 'fhaiikigiviriK AUJiee. ... , .Ths Pastor.
I,. Aniheru "0 iur the wing, of a Dove," .Choir.
IS. Iljinnl "llinh iu iK. Ilea vent".,,. Choir and
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It it repotted that a detachment of Egypt
Ian troops las Iwcn turpiited and routed near
Sincat. The lliilish Comul at Suakin with
the Egyptians is misting. The rcpoit needs
The sculptor of the John lirown ttalue In
Loin Ion says he has been ss coached in his
work that he lias come to believe he ii carving
"nve Apollo Iktlvidere In kilts."
The rice and other cereal crops of Japan are
good tlu year ( but Ihe tea crop, though large,
will not bring usual prices, as " quality " has
been ucfificed for " quantity,"
Kol.lnon has beaten Hen Butler for (oveinni
f ! ...uhi m
I", rVfiiiiil tjitnrrr I'mienVr-ri
The malcontent Knual lalmtcis have return
rd lo jail; their wives and children arnim-
piinlcil Ihem In Honolulu.
A meeting of the members nf the German
llfncvnlftil Society was held on Thursday
evening tn dNciiss the rase of llire l.vlnrts
and their families.
The I'ltsMrnl lalnl that as long its the
wx'ttty had l-ccn In rsUlrnee (for nlmul twrnly
years) iherc had liecn no ncmilon for any
Gennan In apieal In the thstlty iif other
natlimnlilles 1 1 hit lhs had liecn his ptldr and
lhat he fell nggravaleil alnnil Ihe manner In
which cetlaln patties eiidntvotcil In make this
ruse Mimrlhlng In suit Ihelr puiiosr-s the
soclrly -now tiuniliffliig our himdiiil and
fifteen nifiuier-had been for tin bttiefit nf
working men (inly, of whom five wrir living
enlltely at Ihr rspensi-nf the society, not tn
mritllnit ininiemin irclal caet,
The Kauai Cletnnns had not nppllnl In Ihe
society for aMlslancr, although Us members
would be happy lo assist thrm If Ihe mini
beta nf Ihe soclrly thought that Ihe iilT-ilii',
of Ihe women and children was no fault of
thrir own and unavoidable.
Mr. Sctiarfrr Ihnuglit thai llietr was no
iK'caslon lo feel ngijravalrd.
Mr, Paul Neumann priqioved tn npiolnt an
Mr. Henry llackfrld sttggrslnt llial llic
couiiiiltlrr might alio csauilue the pioreeilliiis
nt the cniitli
Mr, Mullet slnleil that cmplnvnicnt and fil
had been offered to the women some time ago,
but lhal they had tcftised either.
Thcl'tesldcntapiiointrd Messrs, J, II, llruns,
Sr., Joint Kckntl nud I., Adlcr lo net on the
committee and lo rcmrt on Saturday nlghl.
All Unmans arc Invited to he present atllils
meeting, so that all sides ran be heard.
In connection with this subject it should be
noted that Mcsdatncs I lagan, llastie, Lark,
Kohm and S. N.Caellc and Miss Anna J
llreesc have been constlluteit a committee lo
receive contributions for llic tiufoilunatc
women so cruelly akmdoticd by their natural
,1 I In villi) Onlmiir 1111 litiiml.
On Sunday inorniug, ihc t.Stli instant, at
nlmutsix o'clock A. M,, nt llanatci, Knual, one
of Ilia IhiMcsI outriigcs that has ever been
chronicled on these ivlands was enacted, Ki
Ijiii is Ihc manager of n tire plantation al
llanatci, which is owned by Mcsnrs. Chilian
it Co. ol this city. The laborer on the plan
tation number about nineteen, and arc lodged
in a house together, not far away from that of
the manager, whetu he lives alone. Il ap
pears that on the morning mentioned the lodg
ing house of the laborers was entered by three
men, two of whom were armed with pistols
and one with n heavy riding whip. The thicc
commenced no Immediate search of Ihc pre
ntises, ns if legally authorized so to do,-neithcr
mentioning the object of their mission or the
source of their authority. They were unmol
ested, however, tlie Chinese evidently respect
ing the authority which Ihey supnscd them (o
liear. Apparently satisfying themselves lhat
nothing was In be made there, tlie three repair
ed to the house of the manager, nnd immedi
ately set to work to repent their search, llcing
interrupted by him, and asked by what
authority they acted, one of them scircd the
Chinaman by the collar, telling him he had no
business to ask such a question, and asked
him if lie wished to be killed, immediately fir
ing the pistol in the Chinaman's face, the ball
fortunately only making a slight llesh wound
on his lip. Apparently frightened at what had
been done they all ran away, but soon returned,
cd, falling upon the Chinaman and beating
him severely with the bulls of their pistols,
and one lashing him with a whip. At llic call
of their beaten overseer, the laborers, several
in number, rushed to his assistance; but were
Irightencd away by the men inside, who fijed
several pistol shots in their direction. The
three men then scircd the manager and took
him before the district justice, Puuiki, and the
deputy sheriff, Kakina. Doth of these ordered
the man to lie let go, but did nothing further.
The names of the assailants arc, Kapuhi,
Kcaka, and Kconi. One is said to be a rela
tive of the deputy sheriff anil the other, a rela
tive of the judge. The Chinaman came to
Honolulu to obtain justice, and returned by
the James Makec yesterday afternoon, accom
panied by Mr, W. A. Kinney, who goes to
assist in a prosecution of the offenders. They
carry with them also instructions from Marshal
Parke to the authorities there. The case wil,
be tried before Judge Hardy of the second
Tlie orifr- ImltlHila.
There was snow on Haleakala last week.
On the 14th instant Wailuku had a slight
The damage to roads and bridges in the
Ililo district is estimated to he $50,000.
The Claus Spreckcls reached Kahului on
the 10th instant, having on board thirty horses
for Mr. C. A. llallcy.
Mr. C. N. Arnold says that the bridges re
cently built by him on Hawaii have been unin
jured by the late floods.
At llilo, on the nth instant, Rev. E. P.
llakcr preached interestingly about Martin
Luther, in Imlh English and Hawaiian.
The Knhala Episcopal church has re
ceived from Honolulu a number of welcome
donations towards the success of its fair.
The Emma Claudina left Ililo for San
Francisco last Saturday, Mr. John II. Heck
with and Mr. and Mrs. Harding being passen
The Kohala corespondent of the Press writes
by the last mail that everything is quiet and work
going on at some of the plantations, the
weather still holding dry with occasional
After Judge Judd adjourned Court at Wat
itiea, licnch and bar went bull-baiting and
pig-slicking in the hills above Maun. Messrs.
John and Samuel Parker and Frank Spencer
did the hospitable--niost hospitably,
Mr. S. L. Coan and wife now occupy the
old family mansion, 'formerly occupicil by his
father, Kev. Tilut Coan, for many years. It
was the fiitt frame house built In llilo, and
was constructed over fifty aears ago. It it
still in fine condition.
I), K. Vila and family left Kohala latl
week for Maul. Good wishes follow tlicni.
Their homestead premises, comprising more
tlian one large, roomy house and some seven
acres or more of land filled with fruit and
ornamental Ireci, have heen purchased by Mr.
II, P. Wood, It mutt have caused an involun.
lary scute of desolation and trgict lo break
up tuch a pleasant home, one lhat had been
occupied by them for eleven year,.
Tlie lone pedagogue of Waiaholr, Kootau
poko, Oahu, erttwhile of the llullelin, may
take heart of grace, for according to the census
reports Ilritlvh India contain more than Oj.ooo
widows under 10 years oV sgej 1,571,145 l
I ween 10 and 15, while there are 5,JH,I45
more between If and 30,
The residence of Mrs. M. C. Montana,! was
again enlivened on the evening of the 17th, by
Ihc Myrtle Boat Club reunion, which combin
ed "a ferns' of reason, low ol tent1 sail a
i!.-J i ; pi 4iiii..:!i.i S rv"ir ,
lliiNnriii, II. I NnvfmUr i, M
llii-iness foe tit rmwl rl ttih weeV tw thnw-n a
!" or"ll(iy lit. In lln .Mppln. ilia nmrnnlU',
nl th rml fll Imtiaete. .
In arilwli w noli die my nf Nrw VntW (,.nt,r
C'nlmvlM iwi the tmli liwlnnl, a Utile Wl.u-.lnl Awl
land, wilh a mull amrnmi nf rrnijdi fir llnnrrlnlet
lltrmilwAidrartn from lM mtl cmwiml nfatMii
ment nf hlmltr mini, il email 1 4 nf rtrfar, rt,
tit. I tie .M U,lr.l fnr fmtH tin el lintrih ril.e.l
frnm Niw Vmk, by way t.hl Ca pari I Inn, I lbtnn.
Jepan. Mialittlia.Utrillmi, ihnanHt, bnt thmiuli
rrlrs at viul,i mt ennwin our anori Maiinelt and
tilm hmlhif, T rrwrreuwmni liwiiiml mnarnl
ae if I HermiMl far ll eltnatiira nf r.enten.ee to,
lir ewrgn K ,l...,, 1 vy.tl. Irwin anivnl ,m
indtt-rrm in I'miwIwb, n. il,e t lUtkii n,
Alamnla m I ImrttUy, tli Luter Inlngln lilaia tin
l llh Ici.linl. A gUnrs Ihmugli the f.les at lun.l r.
eee n.i maieilsl tlit(es In mitVel relet It lln, .io
ilnra. Hie Al.len llw,n, Il,'l1in,rinni I'miUii.l,
Orrgmi, Ii4 ttnnlml en root fcx I Innnlnng, fne Huh
MMniteri at may nflir,
l'.i.il fnr Ilia week havr-lan lllit emlnrlni( Iml
latllal piptoes ,y i lie City J Naw VmV ami t imeu,l,
fur !S.n I'mikI,,, mil. milling In til.'! w
Aiinlmi mailers have rngaged n imall iImis nf
inil.lir ailenikm ilila week Mi. I'., p. A,jim,ui!sliir
lay lot hil.l Iwnlr.i, ,.n ,,.,, ongliig ilia
Tlirninli male, fr nver ... On vVa.lnea.Uy n
talenf lUilmlca fKaHnlml I'aik l.il wae maile In
memlie,! of ihe aeenrtailon, when .rlm rangtil finin
$111 In , and rr-allir,l tinij- $),r. Two r.f I lie
l.iln.ltiln lm warn nlen eiJJ, fnr t'to. On Ilia urn.
day Meeeit. I.ymn ami lare y held an Imr-iilant tale nf
lanklnnrmniliirr, .dsiuie, ric ,l,at i well ailended,
nnd yetlrnliy Mr. 1 I'. Admit held a brga trade tale
of lallmtalloin In diy giaiili, tlmliln, lalloilnge,
On Hililnl.iy l.i.l llit Cnnilr nf Cninmereo met
furllie oice.lnii,e of lit newilivtitr and urgaiibailnn
for nc live Imdneas, 'Ida icvltnl l.y.lawt went paned
nnd iHileied Iu In ,ilmril, ami an aihiiiailun imninli.
llniinlillll .SnrAi hiii linn I'.jrHiiiiiiir,
Seulnn, Wnlnenlay, NovunUr it, iHi.
llalku Sunar Co
Knli.il.t Sugar t.'i , ,,
'tha IMiirevitle TUnlallon Co
'I lie, W'altiiku Sugar Co. . , ,
'Ilia Hawaiian Agrkiiltiimi Co
Mnkre Sucar Co ,.,,,
Wniiiiaiialu Sugar Co
HnnolAJVhiigarCn., $; eri.li, kl,iii,
'I tin Koliin llgar Co
llwH, ., , ,
IllB, . , , ,
lorni , . ,
5"o . . . .
500 , t , ,
500 , , , ,
OokaU Sugar Co
W'nlliee Sugar' Co, ..,, ,
Kil.iurn Su-ar Co .. .
Ililen Sujf.u Co
(.rove Uamli I'laiiiatlou Cn, .., .. .....
Walanaa (ii, . ., , ,,,
Union Mill Co., $7n r ftli.iic paid ii
Olowulil Cn. ,......,,
Sfnr Mill Ov
Iliui Maui rUnMiluit Ci
Ononien Sugar Co , , ,
t'.iul.ia Sugar Co . ',
Ne.!ni,y SilK-ar Co ,,
l.atiiia!i(ttliM- Sucnr Cn ,, ...
V'niliaiii Sii.ir Co,
Ilntawa Sliar Cn ,,.,,
Iluiionianii Suitar Co
'I Ua Hawaiian Knilroad Co
Kahului Railroad Co , . , ,.
TKI PrilONK STIICKH.
I l.-twaiiau Itell 'IV!c.lif.ntf d
Hawaiian Tt h-plniue Co., (Muni)
Kntiai l'clrilMiuic Co.
Ililo.V Hawaii Teltiilione Ifc Tel. Co..
MISCeLLANIUItlH STOCKS ANll flllNllH,
I Id. Ilmtnlitl.i I ..,., II'mI. , ..
C, HrcwcrtV Comtiany, (Mtrctntifc) .,',
inicri'iiarit, .iitnm ial;iMoti wo, .,,.,,
liat MAiii.SixkCo. (Kancli)
I-'.. O. H.ill H Son, (Limited).
I'wel.c j-rrceiit. HuiiJa
Nine pcr.cr nl UauaiLiii toi-iiU.-!-.
Svtn per lent I Inwaii.in Iromli. .,...
Su juTient free from luvt 'Vtix
Onomea .Suffar Co. IIoiiJi, 9 tr cent.,.
llaw'iinric'lCo. ItmiJt.; per cent....
It. KlKMKNSCllNEluRK, Secretary.
Kawaibnl, Ifaw tch, from San Kranciro Nov,
VVailele, sili, from Moliko
Nettio Merrill, sch, llruwnell, from Ululna... . "
W. (i. Irwin, Am bgme, 'I tinier, from San
lakelike, ttm. Von SclimiJt, from ilitoandway
Iliua,iliii, .oreiircii, from llniiannd.Molok.ii "
I walaui, tl in, Cameron, from Kauai ,
Kliukai, vJi from U'aialua , , .' .
KainUnv, rch, from Knolau '
AKtcu IIctM;rAtii bk,Noyc, from Victotia, 11, C '
W'niinamil.i, Mm, Nelson, from Yvaiinanalo "
City of New Vork, Am mn, Cobti, (rom
Siarlan, Am bk, Crontey, fiom NeV Vork, via
Cliiiu and Japan "
lamei Makee, Mm, from Kauai "
Cailurien, Am bit, Hubbard, from San I'rau-
Titan, Am ship, Norris, from Victoria, 1I.C.' . ! "
Alameda, Aln arm, Morie, from San Francisco. . '
Marallan, Ccr bk, from Itremen
Dakota, Am tern, Mairuire, for Port Townsend. Nov.
VVaimanalo, stm, Nelson, for Waintanalo "
Kilauea Hou, stm, Seart, for Kahului "
C. K. llishop, tun, Davit, for llamakua "
Wailele, tch, for Maliko "
Mana, sch, for llilo , m
Nellie .Merrill, sch, for Lahaina lii." '
I'lanler, urn, Hales, for Maalca, Kona, and
r-au , 30
Convueto, Am bgtne, Cousins for San Kran
cisco . 90
Cilyof New Vork, Am t s, Cobb, for San Wan-
CisCO ; M
Kinau, ttm, Kinir, for Hiloand way Jiortt...... " 20
Ihua, ttin, Lorenicn, for Molokaiand liana., " go
Iwalani, ttm, Cameron for Kauai.... n 30
Uhukai tch, for Waialua... , n ao
Mokolii,tlm, McGregor, for Koolau,.. ao
Jennie.tch, for Waianae JO
Alden llesse. Am bk,Noes,for lionijkong..,. ' at
Tilan, Ani ship, Norrin, lor Hongkong 23
l'.M.S.S. City of New Vork, 1064 tons, W. n. Cobb,
commander, tailed from Sydney, November lit, at
4.4S pan. : Auckland, ;lli, at 6.5a a. m. ; and arrived
a; Honolulu, 30th, 11.50 a.m. From Sydney to North
Cape, had heavy southerly irate .with very heavy tea.
Was detained at Auckland 16 hourt, wailuiK for the
New Zealand mutt which were tale on account of.
heavy weather on iho coast. After leaving Auckland
experienced heavy nurth-castcrly Bale, lasting 43
hours. Since then had light easterly to north-easterly
wind! and fine weather. Passed Navigators on the
lath and crossed the equator 151I1 at a p.m. All well,
the 1, i. Australia was to have left Sydney, 14th in
stant, for San Francisco, via Auckland and Honolulu.
I'atsengers: For Honolulu r steerage. For San
Francisco Cabin I Mr and Mrt Cameron, Mr and Mr
Clapp, Mr Duncan, I'rnf M lirown, Mr Tripinackcr,
Mr Chambers, kev Mr Harrison, Kev Mr Poland, Mr
Somerville, Mr (jillctt, and 49 ttecrage.
Merchant Vessels Now In Port.
Alaukiia, Morse Am. s. ,
CAIUAMIltN, Hubbard... , Am. bk.
C S. lU'l.BKkT. Davit Am. bk.
Fkikuhicm. Uldrup (;cr, ,
Kalakaua, Milter... Haw, bk,
I.AUV ltirsoN, Kust Ilrlt.bk,
Ma'atlan, Sander , ller, bk.
Si-aiitah, Crouley , Am. Lk,
VV, (i. law in Turner Am. bgtne.
Vessels Expected from Foreign Ports.
IIoston, Am. Llt.CuvuiN.., ....Ilarslnw
Due, Jan. 10-15. C. Ilrcwer i Co., agent,,
linen., Haw.bk. Kalk Kolhfost
Due Dee. ao-aj. II. llackfcld & Co., Agenlt.
Csiiuirr, Haw.bk, Ihuvni Oarrelt
Due Dec. r-io. II, llackfcld St Co., Agtnit.
CuMmAUT, 11, I, K. M, S. Kaskovnii.-
(iLASOOW, Itlil. bk. ItlKUAIt Witt
lasadinz. O. W. Macfarlar.e Si Co.. ajeiu,-
llininiii.111, .sni. leril. i.hna,
Now due. '.ewcrsA ttuoke, agentt.
JaLUIT, Am bgtne IIaXauo
Due in all Nov. A. K. CootK, Agenlt.
jALi'ir, Haw mil Kaiuna
Due now, A. F. CookK, Agtni.
Kahului, Am. bk, V. S. Tiiouruix
iiue uec. 1.3.
LivtenaiL, licit, ship Antkisrwiril CAsrLallariies
Due Jan. lo-is. T. II. Davict Co.. Ajenit.
Nw Caitlk, N. SW Ilrit lk Acnts Vilih . ,(JUy
Due Nov, i-iu. II. llackfcld Co., Agcuis,
Nw CAtTiK, N. S. VV., Gerbk CniiiriK,VilJfang
Due now. II. Hackfeld Co., Ag.ntv
New Vo.K, llell. bk, IIkhkvJasoji lallimore
Dnerww, Caulec Cuke, Agenlt,
PuT Ul.At.iLV, Am bk C. O. Win r mokil Calhoun
Due Dec. 1-5. Allen & Koblnson, agemt.
San Fnsicico,,ti.vt. Cirvor.SvtMKv .Dearborn
Due Nov. jo, II llatkfsld Co., Agentt,
San Ikakciuti, An. bk. 1). C. Muav Underwood
1u.ling Nov. ij. F. A. biluefer & Co. aientt.
San liAHCrtco, o.t,t. Mahkisa . , Howard
Dot lec S, W (i. Irwin Co., ajieuit.
SVPJIV, .tl.S.N AUllNAIJA . .,...,Cue,l
Due, Dec. t llaskfeld Co., agenlt,
From San Francisco, per CaiUiien, NovemUr 1 ,
Mrs. Kale llusklin, Mn Jane McCauly. Alfred liar
I.11. Jolui Mcuirk, II Claik, Ino lbrsil
..?'?! V eraiKUtco, Ir Alaiueda, NunUr II
alttt XI ..iiiinemk, J M Aleeand,-, J A HnMrand
wife, Mrt W S lltgeMr. J W Itomi'iM,, JotsLT
alls, lirown, MU May Fago. Wis. Fanny Fargo, U
lliulacc, Mr and Mrt Alel Young and 7 tf-ildrta. S
CUin. l.W lletui and wife, Mr, K II Redding, OH
Kcddiiig. I) Ceute, and wife, Miu l W.Ulcr, A lief,
berl. S llouiur.suilb. O Wushnerl. Fred itaiul. Hon
A 3 llanwclf wife and J ttnldrui, H M. dan. Mis.
Fro Vlsaaria, B C, per Aide Beate, NovniUr w
( Ctilnajiru Ux Honolulu J ju, tor Hoesfkussg, la
..rrouSw ftsiKi,ps WOrwui.slovab ,.
Meaty Netiea-.T sWo-a.. Ul) Utlmi, I'M Mvsas.
rrsn t-tliit, s-r Very nf Ntw YJk,Ntiie
,,.,,, s. n a,ul, l, ,M,MlWIUeMl, l)nll Wltlll SIVI
wife, f. Vogi. IS K Wood, 11 VV WiUtWand .if.,
Mitt I intUli, VV F lUnd. J no Dulitn. Jo Whataker
In,, Kno.. I' II Hun 11 Keys, ll Saisieick, lis.
fcenilsa, Jno iales A U Cuunatf, FraadTNUasi F
Savtae. Wut Ordstav. Gcu Tteut. Ah 'Ileal lka ISwi.
. --- . , -- -,
l'" lliwifkong, r Alden llw, NovemUr .1
Wut II Vernnnnl 14 CMr frnni here jt trtntit
F" Man Fiwsiiem, r I liy of New Votk, NovemUr
ss F II i,hm.t, ( fllnmilai, IMraimU, J lints.,
I II 1. 1 . .1.. ... Ii.it .. .ri . 1 .. 11.
j 11 .'I'M"!, vnpi ,.iriini. nnt m
I'rnni Mew Vntk, vr SmiUii, Nnv.mVr l flrlrr
linm 1 .1. i n plug Inhar,.,, i;i Uu, tilti
UmeMrre, IS it halt, le pig. diy e..s., .anealt
iitmlit, t; pig intMrm, , n ln, 1. dig, h., 1 r,
win ,.. tM(t nails, 1.4 .lg. Iiri dl 1 VV I"
in wrii nver. 1 1 'III KM, -a, A (,., s, u nv.
CUM, I (t willii. ,. itls.nlwait. In .ill.. J
rt eafilin., a,, ptga hwdt, 11, 1 a Mlt.rs, 1 I.I sr.
l InnlU lilMl, .., bil.tl, ,lM, s Ills li.,l,st H
ln-l.j, t,l,. whiskey, tnl.l. whiskey : Coll. A
I Mine, ,a nt. inaihlilrty, .1 pkgt Iron lilllngl, lH it
haul wm, I II I V t Iron .l, 1 1 etkt real, a i.ndi iMk,
741 ln and Ifldtt (run, ti.annk, rj is frlhiat, it
rt tpnk.l, CmImiU, 4, I.Hlltllint, in Unlit il.pl.i s,
in lis rami, -..) re nil, , Innllt ,l.,d, 11 ,il,
head, f.irt easllngt, ., list l.,lia. , k.a t .sail., it lilt
lines, nails, l it ,l.,w, .,,ra caniwl git.lt, in 1,1,
Istlllng, (irai.ll, I teltnll, Artai.t, 6 ct I. ill. and
washen, b l.n.ll, Uianm, t l.n.llt Imiruw, l.n.lls Irayl,
t Innll l.(t. 1 hn.ll rrainea. 1 Inwll Mlies, 1 lm, tilr
riiit, r tft.II Minlusr, 11 Lit horse nalfi, 1 rt Ink, 1 ft
Mddl.ry, 4 et Mampnl ware, i, r. n Inwt, 1 1 ask ls,
I w thiis.lt. I (a Irtish h'.ik., I re leril tuner, 41.
bii.imt, I et laddert, 3 rjt l.nlernt, I I.I hnse, J 1 1 m
pleuienll, I (ll irll-Mon, let brii.hu, let gulch nil,
inriailea, skgtcrt.tt, tipkgt gtattw.re, j,lt
lamp Mark, 1 pkgtlit, j e. o. ynk., t Ihi.II ,ruw
Urt, 1 lililiygn.li, 11 lonitnrd wi. 1 1: (), Hall
Son, Bv it wlnia lead, t l.aihrr, 9 hmllt Iron, 1 1,,.
lltdget, pkgt hi-e, let l.lngt, III il.it. .1.. 11.
iiiatt, s c. agriciillural liiiil.in.ntt, )nlgtnt yokel,
t rt linw., 1 ct pumpt, 1 ll hose, yi 1. oil, n l,K
nalli, rk) I.ii.ll, msIi wtlghll, ft rt ml, 10 Mt waste, 16
agrkuliiiral linjilemenii, il.nt.Mp, tore iuiin
line, riVgt Iwrruwt, tr.wrewt, 4 rtilo,. .llth, 6ct
barking, j it lot, bndlt Humps, I ct laddeit, 1 rt
bird tagtj, 1 it Inillellit, 41 l.n.llt lt. ,i rt sl.mi.l
ware, kg. nallt. it planet, 6 u li.rdware, in
puiuM, t it thqv.lt, 1 it maililnery, 1 ct lied cullers,
tt.it Ujwt, jialn.At, 1 biUgtue, it iniliiak., t
" r'V""!' l'",l ,lmt '1 l" l'k Ct ImU, t
t relloe., 4 kegttlnliet, 1 ct line., 1 ct tewing inaihlne
oil, I ct mrdlilne larneluli Cn, 30 let. Uer 1 Jamet
VV hlle, 1 ct hrilshrt, 4 ct glattware, 8 It furniture, I CI
,er tiill.111. t btltglastwaie, 1 rt hardware, 1 U
laiii, I cl tlilmn.yt l.tt VV II Keed. 5 In l,lt, j
pkgt llullng, murniinrdgoodt, jet Iwet, y pkgt
hardware, J ct iiiiiiiif,I ware, 1 cl actkiillural luiple,
inenlt, I (t nlleri, I bmll llirl lit, ct bllllhet, ; Irui'kl,
t rt Ii rackl, lt.t malhli, 1 ct Mytlie wuliei j Wilder
A Co, us Wgt iiaIIs, 3,iriluintlne, 5 Mi waste, 1 1,1
twine, 3 et ntniM, 10 it lianlwnie, 1 ct biusliet t
Uwen Cn.ike, tin kegt mill, la pkgt hardware, t
ct hinge., 8 ti lot, l,ti vanet, 3 bit d,y g,..,, , ,
tare ! Dil iiiliani ft Co, 3.1J ct chair,; .Samuel Null,
4 It hamlle., I U Insri, 4 ct thnvelt, r ll folk., I III
handle., I ct fillllngt, 1 hilt 1 11 l Ingt, 4icitlamid
ware, ct oil More., 1 rt Ullt, 3 ,r, hoet, 6 la-It Ian.
trrnt, 411 water tluteli, 1 11 hardware, 1 1,14 tpadet,
1 ct lotki, 4 atet, jtiladlert, ittttandt, 1 b
lrat. 1 Inl liuublera j In,, N,(l 6 , a tltivet
and rinigei, 94 bndlt rlmt, 6 range., 1 bmll. luturct,
It ct hanlwure, 9 ci lililrnut, 7 ct lluiert, I tt tprlnk
lert, i6cttlauia.l ware, I ra Inmt, 1 pkg, ,Kinip, 11
pkgt glastwate, 1 ct I.AI01111, 4 in, haudlet, y tsi lamp
""""''n1.. '""", sor, lit oil.loret, 311
3 t tlileld Iron., j pkgt instingt, . c, fiiiingt, 1
j.uiiii. II it nte.. m ir pl,w,,8.h.,nl,l3
hot tlissetl, 4 bmll, killlet, ;pkg,l,u:c,,k,.,
1 it wrriicliei, 1 ct loyt lloikiliilu Iron VVorkt Cn. itg
iDliteua I, ti; Did car wheel. Mitt litk.,n, t pkg
l,k. i Order, J3 cralei trunks, 46 tewing macliinet,
It UJ ( (ill. tt It If.. ... ...... " . '
I .ll. ,g I I 'l " "oiil.lli.e,IW lllkl, II
lioHf, 13 bmlU lirunnit, irjcraicH relngrraiori. 61 it,
liiriiiiiiit. ' '
Irom Victoria, II C, r Al.ten lle.se, Noveml
-In trantil, iS1,,Ui 11 lumber, 985,710 tli old 1
J lTAr'ML'i.U,A'"!,Ci,,or NVk, NovemUr
rrnr." t-i -i1 Ct? a i""vi"'". 6okeK,pIUVi.
J'o Vittf""" ""ACf1 "lwiwy, Maclirla,,.;
to S "; '""' 1 O-der, jo ccim;. g, , sing Clmng
IlisT. ' l'".: " nets ; In Irainit, tijr pkgt merslian,
Iriu " "i I' w ! Irttln. NovemUr il
irwiii Co, jo r,i, mailing, Boo ( .kt Hour, 1 lathe
1 r ."'i, !!: "M. '?: ,"" l"K'1 ' t-a"l,! Cool. 68
,1,1 ".l V ""'y. ," Carl... acid ! C II
V 1 ,,Va!;Vy)"u' '5 '"Isll'n. I wing machine, 1
bl hotel J I VV.ilcil,oi, aoo ski Hour, 50 brlt
line, 48 bit hay, 138 tkt bran, 4 rollt leather, 1 cs
hardware, a bis Uoomt, 30 sk. oatt, 1 pVg f,a, ,
b M Damon, 1 pkg weds, 1 pK, a ct windmill, 1 pkg
isoldi, t3S tkt gram and feeil, I bl horse collar. ; V V
Adaint, 15 pkg. frame, j Hall ft Son, 8 bit leather,
600 ski tall ; l.yoii. A lo-vey, 80 ,v, ,uur, ,00 tkt
brim, too tkl bran, to tkt Ititley ; K IJtlinun, aoskt
bran, ao sk. nan ; Dillingham At Co, 74 ct clockt i Fov
e,' t V0:. '." c w,ne' JM l'"K moulduigt, door., and
b hud. i It Ames, air pkg, groceries C F Wolf, 610
pkBSgroceriet, 64 halct hay, j tit middlings J McChet
I'.'y.. .""' '' I'kgtgneriet ; dipt Turner, I liat !
Chhotu. 1 lux lots; II Neilh, 30 bit hay, afi bngt
oal, 53 iMgt bran, ct saddlery, 16 horsel, jouillt, iu
.w, 3 j catlings, ) pigt, $ mules; China firms, 501
pkg. niercliandlte ; Order, 1 ct acid.
I ,o Ft.1,1 t-'ra rffi t, r-.n....l s, .... .
- ... . .-...-..,., ,., VUI.1U.W, isovemuerao
31B4 pkgt tugar, J03,6i8lt,t : value, Jio,l40.ao.
For ban Francisco, crCityof New Vo-k, Novein-
-,r.j --. , ,11.,.,, iniuni, 11 .gt int, 1 lite mslfl.
,.!lt".,. '? lM"i Cluilee Imnwili, I n model. 1 II
VV N Uefailar,. A Co, tn , t.tli wlilil.y, releenll,
'.' '''r'i'nl, l1 e Irrai -e. SmiliiM, tl
rtkt wltllkev. Ii lilsrs lulnltillf,. I 1,1. lai.ds. , I..
rns-., 1 .r .nans, r mg .Ma, , Mlllll,!-.. 1 e.
. -- ..-..-- '.. -. ' --.. - "-
m. . ju ui. wuoi, aoa,a4s 1111; 513 pkgt rice,
51,300 H,s ; 355 pkg, paddy, aotfo Bit , ja pkgt
tugur, 58,303 rot ; value, $16,715.
Osttich chicks are hatching out al the ostrich
farm near Anaheim, California, at the rate
of one a day. When they first conic out of
the shell they ate aboul the sire of a half-Kruwn
tluck. They have ",och1 appetites and grow
Parvulut Jack Horner,
Srdebat in corner
Kdcns a Christmas pie.
Kt cxtraherit plum.
Clamant "Quid sharp puer am I I"
"Sire i honbel an Ueg you, if you Soc Pleas
To let me have 2 Dalcr one Ttwl Next Wikc
if )ou Soe I'lcas I an your Hen San-ant." He
was a "high tonctl" beggar ami wanted to
buy some of l'cak, Krcen & Co. 'a ileliclous
biscuits, imported into this tnarket by S J.
Levey tt Co. Nothing could be more appetiz
ing for luncheon use than these biscuits. Nor
anything more odd than the way tltcy are
"There arc two sides lo everything," said
the lecturer. " I rcveat there arc two sides
"At this juncture a tired-looking little
man stood up in the front scat to say, ' Well,
if you've no objection, I will just step out and
see if there are two sides to this." There are,
however, no two tides to the fact lhat (J. W.
Macfarlanc .V Co. have the finest lot of Ma
jolica ware ever iintiortecl to these islands. In
the language of the poet : " It must be seen
The "Drummer" man went into Santa
Claus' llcadituarlcrs this week and sawthcrea
bewildering collection of pretty things; but
what took his first fancy most was the display
of dolls. This year's crop of babies has been
largely boy.babyish I but last year's yield,
more largely girley-girl, Is just aliout ready to
play wilh dolls. So important a fact ought
not to be forgotten 1 and the dolls at Santa
Claus' Headquarters deserve lo be looked at,
Whitehall Times: A coircsponding secre
tary of a business man was invited to take lea
with a family, the head of which was an aged
and devout widow. When all were seated tlie
widow saidt "Mr. l. , will you please say
grace?" This was n stumer, and the guest
was aUntt to decline, when a second look from
the hostess made him feel that he ought to
make the attempt, liowing his head, wilh
trembling voice ho said ; " Hear sir, yours re
ceived and found in good order, I'leatc accept
thanks for same, and oblige yours truly.
"Will you please just the Sliem?" atked a
iulet man, at the lunch counter, "Haven't
any ?" squealed (he gilt in attendance, ".Some
Japhel ?" queried (he quiet man again. "Don't
keep it," tquealcd the damsel. "I say,"
clilptscd In a curious passenger t " what do
yoit mean by Shcin and Japliet 1" " Nothing,"
responded the little man, dolefully, "only
Ihe Ham Is so old ami mutty that I thought
the rest taf the Irilw might le around some
where, and I'd like Iu sec 'cm." II you want
good groceries of any description, go ami see
those Mr, A S, Clrghorn lut just received
front I'.iigUnd and llic United Slate.
A Wlnti!cg, Manitoba, ttccial to a Chicago
paper says i " fuhlic feeling In favor of arttl
confcitcialion continue lo gtow. The first
public meeting of the pi oiiioUrt vtillbe btvld
tonight, Kc'tnits Art coming in rtoru the
provincial towns ciprsuing sympathy wilh the
movement and a tletlre to assist. The festirvg
has long etltltd ant) has only tluatbemtl (or
4xk Cf UstdsHt.'
;Wiiiiilptvl haa cVtaac ttt IhlW hesl to srtsh
trv f)5- .r"w' 'VlCll-s." 5.41 '."
r I I, 1. 1 II till AM A CO,,
PLOWS I PLOWOI PLOWS!
Tn arrive by Hie "II.1117 J.m.s" limn N VtV
dure I ami l.y rail tit San Frimlun,
DII.I.IIKHIAM IIIIIIAKIHO PLOW,
Ilrit pliwltinvt. tct.tlyf,w linger I't.nlttloni
ami It wn.nd l.y Pai.nt In Ihe Hawaiian Kingdom.
IIU.IN0IIAM IK) till I, K I'UKHOW PLOW,
AUi tsttlly a,.jei 1,1 tiigtr plant. tlont. lovere,
by ialenl Inlh. t'nlleil SltlM.
ntuiNoiiAM men plows,
Culling front Itvlt" ttjjwjf,). An tniirt-lf nv
m-iIm mii fiwtn miritn Mlitn Ii rrmljr lUfftU
In MKl Kiftl l1owi for t4 iuUur, trrm iJfnith.nt,
fclhl rflfiv! ttllllftsltritl.
'IUmt I1'iw Afft i.lt m.I y i M,i;nl JUn
lfir Mollnn 'I.,w Wcnk. ll. .IKivf Vfmrrn
i.)w tnivi.ilVtf-fy fi. lUUf((rt lfl ,Uw wlifn
th w-orM, Kor li I'l'jwt t4 (Mi maoufttOfvi ir
A Ur tftvfc uf 1 lows t,( lidTtrrnl mnufariurrt atil
paltftna, Al ljwtil ralr.
iiAitiiowH or nivrv.nv.ur VArtmm
Ciitltrittf-rt afh! Murk Ilo
O Vflft, lltiwa. Ox (;i.iin
'lrxr Cl.aliK, Ti-.oil Clafit
DilTf rrnll.l I'ull.y lll.xVv
IIAItDWAKi: KOK PUNTATION USK
FiMMfr'Cullr. (,'rrn tnl Ifmntnjr Mill
(Janlfii ami Car. at I tar row
tShiiMmLtr V(ofivi an CnitUicfv,
UJIJIUCATINO OIIS A SHX'IAI.'IV
Allxiny Cyliiwlrr Oil nrfl Comj.tjii,..J
K I-UOH KNK OIL. IrtiiMAniiiteviioviIi
Kcru.crie Oil Stuvci
Aint-rlcannmt KiikIMi I'aihH in-l O.li
TuiiH-ntiinr, '!nl Aitl H'liltewatli HniOin
Valnlln'N nnl oilier VarnUtir
l'j--r and 't Ua,
MAONKM) CAI.CI IK SAFKM
llaiViiMi rtr I-'tHinguMirrt
HIIKI.P IIAHDWAUi:. SCAIeKS
lloii'tc Vutt)UUn CMh
IiitiM. Oiantli-ltert.. anj I jntern. .
fJ(r New (WmU conlaiiil arrlrinif.
We aim to ktp evrrytliintc rwjiiireij In our Ihim,
Ig ttl nt lowe.t (sua-salt-le r km.
ti.3m DILLINGHAM & CO.
pOR THIRTY DAYS 1 1
Comtttrnctiit on Momhifft Oct, 1st, IHHU.
ClIAS. J. HSHEI. WILL OFFER
Aatoundinir Bartraln in Milllncrr
1'riorto tlie departure of MISS KMKICK tor the
Stales, on the Mariposa, leaving here about October
151I1, 189-, we will male
A flriuul Clrarane Hair of Millinery,
To make room for our extensive ttocl, which will
be purchased by MISS KMKICK In per-
ton, and tt to arrive here about
the middle of November.
Our REDUCTIONS are GENUINE, and need
only to be seen by careful buyer! to be
appreciated. Keninanll In all
Departmenti al ,',
Siecial attention It called lo the above announcement.
'tr Variety ami low J'rlrea ire raMrtor e
Kxerlleil In I Ale Cllyl
It it to the INTEREST of EVKRVUODV to rail
and tee these HAKQIANS, whetlrer wi.hii.g toUy
Alt Goods still bt snarled in plain assures and
tWMUt.lt tUMCASU U.V.I.-VM
CHAM. JT. rilHEL.
THE LEADING MII.UNERV HOUSE,
Certur felt mJ llilil Slrnli.
lliaiwh Sisea t
CmurMmkaml smj .Vtlteaa Sltttt.
Almanac and Annual for 1M4
It now la course of publication.
Soc'ellet and Ilepartttealidetlrvut vl correct repre
sentation dj pleauadtise its. puUiduiof aayihar.f.1
since Ua Uue. '
InleMiiist a-ls.rlls.it will cuufet 4 fjvssr by handuia
in their tvlvcilUetiseMt at early at csaiseuiem, and
urliet uatwis terial qutaiUisst Uthe csuiuoi eslaioa
wdl pUase leave early orders, -
Sirujle coplet y, or mailed abroad cue
Vi TIIOS. 0. Til HUM fuUitber.
loOVKS anj MITT8,all of the Utest MW,.nd
DaUenta. votl will be tafre lo Snd 1.1 A. at
LLIV, tort street ' 1 j,
SUWCKII'TIONS received at all tips., foe Lrtlen
sat heal iUttatiosu at JHOb. 07tHKU
ARTISTIC STATrONERV, Ujreat vxttty, M
Ityntdee rW,(l Irwin A 0, lU tssln.t'nf Ale
I (..ilwiljnl, the Mnrtetee nemnl In a teit.in
ln..niure nf m,ett;.., d.letl rs.a.mber t, ills.
mad. l,y n lll.t in ,.(. A, J C-iiHtiliMf
I am iliieilid Id tell it I'uUie AnriU
Siltiirilnti, Xmrmlirvm, iSS.'l,
AT It etle.!,
Al my MM-lk'tOil, In llllu,
TRACT Of LAND
("Untie In the Dislrl.trn' Hit,, l.l.n. 1 Htstsii,
'IlwAIIUI'UAAr' KUMMU ten,
iitlnln al.mi 1)4.1 a,ir, nvee oe 1m, Utnn lie
tame land fiertknUily il.s. nl, In Hoy.l P.l.ni N.
jrAd't'il ! IlllniayiVJune, tl;, (titled 14(1,
I'nr futilier Leirtiesil.rt a,ty in
K. V. ATI A MM,
t';id Altorney tvt Mielsiteet.
r 11 n 1 w m a 11
I litre rrt.Ite,) Inttructbutt from
r.iir.iiiis co, iokr .tirki.t,
THI, Ihihihtmah aiwtiox M.ll.K.1,
At Titelt triita
RntiinUy EvnlnK, Dtvoeimbeir 82nt!,
t ; o?hli( pm,.
et arMlret i"tsys-.
Monilar Kenning, Dtsoemtseir Vttllt,
at Ihe tame hiair,
tr ix)ok our roit iiahgains.
ti. V. ADAMS
A SUGAR PLANTATION
AT A HOT I OS,
Willi told under Instruction! from the Mcetraceee.
-i.m vwii. m iiiej vviiPvru-li di in unttri.(Twtj,
MONDAY, DECEMBER lOTIf,
AT 11 O'CKKK KOCIM, Tll
SUC A It I' I. A .V TA TION
KNOWN AS T. J. IIAVSKMIKN J. CO.If,
Situate at Kohala, Hawaii.
'Hie I'ronerty cnnsiut of alnul 541 Aciel ol Ijind all
latwliol.l of wliich 40,1 acres are Cane Und and l,
ncre. .asiure, nei'i at rentals amounting in Ihe wbidt
lo i,7ur,5o ier annum.
THE CROI'SCONSIST OK
UK acres of Ralonm rea-ly to come off
s... acres vi fount: ratonnt 5 moritht OI.I
IU arret of youn raloont 6 weeli old
411 acret of plant cane 14 moritht old
Ml acret plant tane I, month t old
fill acrei young cane planted Aug. till.
Tlilt cane il planted tin lerinl for gtlwllng. Tin
ptanlert being entitled 10 onelulf of the produce.
Jl head woillng men, 6 lionet,
Ilowt, harrowt and other farming iraplcmentt,
Wagont, Ac, Ac., Ac.
FOUR HOUSES FOR L A II O R'E R S .
For further particulars apply to
E. P. ADAMS, Auctioneer,
Or to Edw'd I'retton, ft Fort ttreet, Att'y for venders.
gENSON, SMITH,, CO.,
anil I h
113, FORT-STREET, HONOLULU,
iHrOKTKICt ANtl DKALCIS
TOILKT ANll I'KOI'RieTARi ARTICLES.
A full line
FANCV TOILET CASES
for Ihe I loliday Trade.
Phy.icUnt' PTeKiSpttoril carefully preHrsL
Corner NUUANU and tyUEEN STREETS.
.Dry .Mai fuMr Qii
lloaw Fiubttshlnf GooJt
Itooti tUs4 fboi .
Cetttt' Furolthusg Coasts. Ootlttssff,
rviLL tim or notKiHt,
V Sot j -
UOVb' AND YOUTH'S CIX)TIIING A
NOT ICE It twreky lms to all pntont ikat al a
eaeetsna Istbl In HeswJsHei eat siw ).M ssf OsaaJUt, iltt,
sff lheub-.riW,t to ttlktf leHtTMsrVA
eeis asaisus, t-utwfwsey, tt was eetea to SsSsMtja a
ctvaner u latsurpuratiwa (ranted to tsstes eestl etvek
atajtrm.i ami tsKteaenrt tsttear tsse
le t-f lU HUMUULA SHtlf trA-nEX
ANY tut Use uk4 Onttei, iHa, Matt il
tail ewurallat undo said tJutrte
CtsTUtalUI Itodet tall dilute iheisstlaMI 1
lueaad,Ucted thef.sslmtliy. sesWenttlek,
.... a.u...laa. Ptusl I
tieattiiii ,,,, ,, ,,,,.! v. ss
StStSSSSSfS. ,, ,,,,,.,,... Ha F.
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